A devoted Bichon pup helps his teenage owner and her dog-dancing uncle unleash their potential.
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Ben M (ru) wrote: Was it that good? And why two parts? I love the graphic novel but I would only like a live action version but the voice acting was good.
David d (jp) wrote: What did just happen?
Movie B (us) wrote: A creative slasher/ home invasion type flick.
Jacob D (ru) wrote: This movie came out of nowhere really enjoyed this movie.
Jess L (us) wrote: This is an interesting movie. It was enjoyable to watch though nothing overly fantastic. Bette Midler adds some much needed energy and humour, Helen Hunt probably should not have played the lead, I could see it being more enjoyable with her purely behind the camera. She looks quite weathered for lack of a better word. Colin Firth is quite pedestrian in this film although he does have one fiery scene towards the end. Would not go out of my way to recommend this to people but some may enjoy it.
Brett B (fr) wrote: While this documentary does gloss over some of the weirder, borderline socially maladjusted elements of the group, the movie is never not entertaining, and in the final analysis, it's a warm and affectionate look at one of the most devoted (and obsessive?) fan bases in all of pop culture.
Kingsley Z (de) wrote: This movie is crazy. Chow Yun Fat fights a bad guy who does magic tricks and has a crush on Chow (and also tries to kill Chow). Plain and simple the last line of the movie sums it all up -- "Go jerk off in hell."
James C (it) wrote: A scientist's plans to reassemble his dead girlfriend goes awry when he gathers replacement parts from the local prostitutes.Anyone who is a fan of classic low budget horror will recognise Frank Henenlotter, the director of this movie, as the genius who created the 'Basket Case' trilogy, and this movie is another visit into his off the wall ideas. This irrelevant take on the Frankenstein myth takes the idea the to the nth degree as it mixes in drugs, hookers, mad scientists and a killer lawnmower. The story does take a little while to get going and the creature doesn't really get enough screen time, but when she does appear it makes the wait worth while. The characters are all as mad as you would expect them to be, and there is a great mix of humour, gore, nudity, drugs and mutated body parts. Unfortunately, this movie hasn't really survived the test of time like some of it's counterparts from the same decade, but if you have already seen it, then a re-watch is always good, and if you have never seen this movie then you should check it to see what the underground horror movie scene was like back in the 90's,
Andrew M (jp) wrote: 2 1/2 starsAlmost good. Almost.
Ahmaddn K (ru) wrote: ?," 1/4?
Frank J (au) wrote: Absolument superbe. Un excs de ralisme dans l'univers du renomm personnage d'Emil Jannings qui se transforme, d'un jour l'autre, en vritable loque humaine condamne cirer les godasses dans les toilettes. L'ensemble de la ralisation est absolument superbe, les nombreux travelings sont grandioses et la mise en place des dcors laisse rver. Certains plans et certains procds de montage et d'dition en font assurment l'un des plus grands chefs-d'oeuvre du cinma muet.Un drame poignant, mais surtout, sincre.
Nate l (gb) wrote: A very odd and unusual movie?but it was a VERY good movie?BRILLIANT actors and lots of dramatic scenes
Sanal R (au) wrote: stylishly made but a huge mess of a film
Anthony S (ru) wrote: Good actors in a so so story. Its a not so great screenplay so the acting suffers. What more does one expect from the director of Austin Powers and Meet the Fockers?
David L (us) wrote: Racing Extinction is heartbreaking. It almost made me cry. It is filled with such tragic scenes that are difficult to watch, but it also ends on such a positive note with that beautiful and moving ending. The film takes its time to get there, but it is so well made and directed, it is very engaging and the subject matter is such an important one meaning that everyone should see it at some point. It is such a shameful Oscar snub, it is one of the saddest films I've ever seen and it is without a doubt the year's finest documentary.